Post # 1
For the married bees, or those who have already gotten all/most of their RSVPs…
Did you find that most people waited until the end for “regrets”? I’ve been getting lots of RSVPs, and so far they are ALL yes’s. I’m just wondering if people who plan to go typically RSVP right away, while those that can’t (or are unsure) wait before declining.
Post # 3
I would say that that’s a good assumption. We have over half of our RSVPs back, and most of them are acceptances. So far we have gotten only two declines. I’m expecting to get some more declines probably much closer to our RSVP deadline.
Post # 4
Yes, this is what happened to us. Most people who declined waited until the last minute or just never sent them back so we had to call to see if they were coming or not.
Post # 5
you know, we put the RSVP card in invitation with a stamp. I dont get why it seems so hard to turn these back on time???? I am not looking forward to the call “hey you coming or not?” hehe
Post # 6
Wow, if this is the case. I will be upset.
We are sending an A list out and then a B-list. But we cant send out the B-listers until we get some declines from the A-listers. I think I’m going to be stressed about this!
Post # 7
I think it is a fair assumption. It stinks but I think people just “arn’t sure” and wait to see if they end up being able to go.
Post # 8
Hm. Mine has been an almost perfect 50/50 split so far (sent out on April 1, deadline May 1). But my guest iist seems to be an anomaly 🙂
Post # 9
We are at about 70% acceptence. I have only gotten a few no’s and our deadline was this week. I expect that we will get a few more no’s tomorrow and on MOnday. After that we will need to do the tough calling around. Ugh!
Post # 10
I noticed that a lot of the regrets didn’t even respond by the deadline. I sent out 124 invitations and I was still missing 30 by the deadline. A lot of the regrets came in at the end also.